Headless Way

Headless Way asks us to closely examine our subjective reality, turning attention back on itself to see into the true nature of awareness.


Headless Way Meditation

We can look inward using meditation techniques like Headless Way (below), primarily taught by Richard Lang, who came on the FitMind podcast earlier.

Headless Way asks us to closely examine our subjective reality, turning attention back on itself to see into the true nature of awareness. If this sounds like gibberish, please check out www.headless.org for a more in-depth explanation.

This form of self-inquiry helps us get to know ourselves better and begin to shed unhelpful stories that the mind constructs. By getting to know our minds we increase our chances of living a fulfilling life.

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About FitMind Founder

Liam received a B.A. from Yale and worked in finance before traveling to Asia to study meditation full-time. He was diagnosed with OCD and ADHD as a child and overcame these disorders primarily using his meditation training.

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